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Frontier Co-op's organic whole bay leaves are a versatile and fragrant botanical from the Mediterranean region. This aromatic leaf is commonly used in cooking and teas, and is an essential ingredient in many soups, stews, braises, and pâtés. Bay leaf is typically used to season slow cooking dishes like soups, stews and braises, but it can also enhance the flavor of quick cooking dishes such as pasta sauces, or even a simple pot of rice. Bay leaves can also be added to baths or used in DIY skin creams. There are no artificial additives or chemicals used at any step of the growing process.
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Kosher Certified by OU, USDA Organic
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